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Abbey (City Centre, Liverpool)
Three super sized HD screens, and Six large plasmas for all sports including volume ON Liverpool & Everton games which will keep you interested for the full 90.
The Abbey is situated in the famous tourist city capital of culture Liverpool on Hanover street L1. The Abbey is ideally positioned and easily accessible - you are only a short taxi journey away!
Dancing and drinking are on the menu at the Abbey.
Drinks range from freshly prepared cocktails to super chilled beers.
You're sure to find something to satisfy your taste buds. Great gourmet pub food is available from 10am untill 9pm [more...]
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City Centre
Liverpool
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Gateway (The) (South Manchester, Manchester)
The Gateway is a large property situated just opposite the Parrs Wood
Entertainment Centre. It features a large lounge , smaller lounge , library
and vault where the screen is mounted. There are also a function room and a
meeting room on the upper floor.The pub is in a good state of decor.
It is used by a wide range of age groups and is quite lively on Thursday &
Saturday nights when we feature live entertainment. Every other Saturday
tribute acts to the big stars such as Rod Stewart , Freddie Mercury , Robbie
Williams are featured. There are also comedy nights on the [more...]
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South Manchester
Manchester
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Footage and Firkin (City Centre, Manchester)
One of the first bars within Manchester student land as you travel out from the city centre, the Footage is an old cinema that boasts two massive screens and a balcony that opens up for the major events. They have church style pews and a raucous atmosphere for the big games that is combined with late opening hours and regular dancing on the tables. The main criticism is that it is a nightmare trying to buy a drink during the match without straining your neck
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City Centre
Manchester
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Hornblowers (Berkenhead, Liverpool)
The bar is on split levels - used to be two pubs. It is very long as a result. It is in an old building with new furniture. There are now two giant screens at each end of the pub. Lots of office trade during the day and then locals at night.
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Berkenhead
Liverpool
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Queen of Hearts (South, Manchester)
The Queen is one of the principal student pubs in Fallowfield with sports, game boards and disco music all found at some time of day or night. It is a converted church located on the main road with an old feel inside and a good balcony area upstairs. The screen was high on the wall and the atmosphere is generally great, but very student orientated.
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South
Manchester
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Hanover Hotel (City Centre, Liverpool)
Landlord review - An old style dark wood with lots of pics on the wall - Yates type of pub. It is long and thin - one TV is over he pool table, the others over the seating area. The giant screen is centrally located at the top and can be seen from most areas. Mostly a man's pub aged mid to late 20's and above. This is not a disco trance type of a place.
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City Centre
Liverpool
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Hardy’s Well (South, Manchester)
Hardy’s Well used to be a big pre-match local for the Man City fans when Maine Road still existed. There are a lot of students as well due to the proximity of halls of residence. It has an old fashioned feel inside with a good outdoor section. There are also regular DJ’s.
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South
Manchester
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Lass O’Gowrie (City Centre, Manchester)
This is a very traditional pub with all non-mod cons including gas lamps, snugs and creaky wooden floors, It has won at least one CAMRA pub of the month award and is very good for real ale fans with 10 hand pulls, 1 guest cider and good cheap food.
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City Centre
Manchester
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O'Shea’s (City Centre, Manchester)
This is a big, dark and very, very Irish bar centrally located on the normal pub crawl route. The bar itself curves around towards the central stage. It is also a big place to watch anything Irish and so get here very early for national games (2 hours has been recommended). It is also excellent fo the live music nights.
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City Centre
Manchester
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Sports Cafe (Centre, Manchester)
This bar was opened in the Autumn of 2002 as the third branch of the Sports Café emporium. This is a glass fronted new location, completely renovated, split over two floors with a dance floor and resident DJ and a pool lounge filled with soft seats. There is also a private area for the VIP's. One of its main distinguishing features is the F1 car hanging from the roof.
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Centre
Manchester
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